ABOUT

Dr. Alex Rodrigues

 

 

Dr. Rodrigues is a practicing clinical and forensic psychologist licensed in Colorado, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Virginia.  He received his doctorate in psychology from The George Washington University in 2012 following years of graduate study and completion of a psychology internship. Additionally, Dr. Rodrigues holds a graduate degree in forensic psychology from The John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University at Albany. Dr. Rodrigues has worked with a variety of individuals in many settings, including psychiatric hospitals, correctional facilities, and outpatient clinics.
 

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As part of his predoctoral internship, Dr. Rodrigues worked at Kings County Psychiatric Center, where he completed rotations with the psychiatric emergency program, Brooklyn Superior Court, and neuropsychology services.  After receiving his doctorate degree, Dr. Rodrigues worked at Saint Elizabeths Psychiatric Hospital in Washington, D.C., where he served as a member of the hospital’s forensic consultation service and as unit psychologist for individuals suffering from severe mental illness with pending criminal cases. Dr. Rodrigues regularly evaluates individuals with ongoing legal issues.  He is accustomed to examining complex issues at the intersection of the legal and mental health systems. 
 

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In addition to evaluating individuals with pending legal matters, Dr. Rodrigues worked at the Metropolitan Employee Assistance Program (MPEAP), seeing Metropolitan Police Department officers and their family for therapy.  He also responded on scene for critical incidents involving officer involved shootings and other traumatic events. 

When not working, Dr. Rodrigues enjoys spending time with his wife, and the pair’s two dogs, Bronx and Luna.
 

Dr. Meagan Grasmik

 

 

Dr. Rodrigues is a practicing clinical and forensic psychologist licensed in Colorado, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Virginia.  He received his doctorate in psychology from The George Washington University in 2012 following years of graduate study and completion of a psychology internship. Additionally, Dr. Rodrigues holds a graduate degree in forensic psychology from The John Jay College of Criminal Justice and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University at Albany. Dr. Rodrigues has worked with a variety of individuals in many settings, including psychiatric hospitals, correctional facilities, and outpatient clinics.